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I know I already told you about Mr. Beers and I getting ordained to perform the wedding of our nephew in Tulsa, Oklahoma. And, of course, we were excited (honored) to be asked to do something like this. To officiate on such a special, important occasion. Yep, we were very excited to be asked. But we were even more excited on the day of the wedding. It was a day (a whole weekend, really) filled with LOVE.

LOVE. Love was ("literally," as the kids say) in the air. The love between the bride and groom, naturally. But also the LOVE that surrounded them. The love that surrounded all of us. There was something so special about that weekend. Mr. Beers and I got to Tulsa in time to attend the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner, and it was evident from the moment we got there that everything was going to be not necessarily perfect, but very necessarily  wonderful.

Every part of the wedding weekend was special, and there were special moments within the moments. We enjoyed being with family…

It's only words.

The phone rang and Linda answered appropriately, "W. D. Deli. How may I help you?"

"I have a rather unusual request," the voice on the other end said.

"Uh, okay," Linda replied. "What can I help you with?"

"I live in Houston, but I was visiting San Antonio last week. While I was there I had lunch at W. D. Deli, and while I was at W. D. Deli I used the bathroom."


"And while I was in the bathroom, I saw a magnetic board with little word magnets on it."


"And while I was in the bathroom, I wrote a poem using those word magnets."

"How can I help you?"

"I was wondering if you could see if my poem is still on the magnetic board. If it is, would you please take a picture of it and text it to me."

"I'll see what I can do."

"Well, in case someone has changed it, let me tell you what it said. Maybe, if someone has changed it already, you can recreate it f…